Join Us & Register! Nov 15 Webinar – Navigating SNAP-Ed Programs and Partnerships at Farmers Markets: Lessons Learned

The Michigan Farmers Market Association (MIFMA) will be hosting a webinar: Navigating SNAP-Ed Programs and Partnerships at Farmers Markets: Lessons Learned.

Date: Tuesday, November 15
Location: Webinar – upon registering you will be sent a link with details
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EST

About the Webinar:
The purpose of the webinar is to foster partnerships between SNAP-Ed programs and farmers markets, creating a win-win-win opportunity for the market, the SNAP-Ed programs, and the health of the community. The webinar will reflect on lessons learned over the course of the Food Navigator pilot program, including how Navigators have used SNAP-Ed nutrition education programming and materials to work to increase consumption of fruit and vegetables in farmers market settings.

Who should attend?
Market Managers, SNAP-Ed Educators, and community organizations that work with SNAP-eligible clients.

Cost: Free

Register: http://mifma.org/events/navigating-snap-ed-programs-partnerships-farmers-markets-lessons-learned/

Certified Market Manager can receive 1 Professional Development Hour through MIFMA’s Continuing Education Program.

This material was funded in whole or in part by the USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program by way of the State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Michigan Fitness Foundation. People who need help buying nutritious food for a better diet, call the toll free Michigan Food Assistance Program Hotline: (855) ASK-MICH.

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